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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Twelve people are dead after a suicide bombing near an American Military camp in Baghdad.
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Lieutenant Governor Tim Kaine isn't shaken by an unexpected endorsement for his opponent. we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Al-Qaida claims it's holding an American aerospace worker hostage in Saudi Arabia.
The kidnappers say they man in their custody is Paul Johnson of Lockheed Martin, is one of four experts in Saudi Arabia working on Apache helicopter systems.
The terrorist group says in a statement that the helicopters are used by Americans and their quote Zionist Allies to kill, terrorize and displace Muslims.
The kidnappers say they will list their demands when they produce Johnson's alleged confession about the project.

Lockheed Martin says Johnson does work for them, but will not say what his job is or where he's from.

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Reports this morning, of explosions heard near the U-S lead coalition headquarters in Baghdad. Sources say a mortar round landed inside the compound. There are no reports at this time of any injuries.
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Meanwhile, another member of the new Iraqi interim government was assassinated today. This time a top education official was gunned down outside his home. Insurgents have launched a campaign to kill police and government officials part of the new government that took office this month.
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In another attack this morning, 12 people were killed and several others injured in a car bombing that happened just outside a U-S military camp in Baghdad.
There were no American causalities. But four Iraqi police officers are among the dead. They had just stopped the car after spotting it headed in the wrong direction.
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State police are trying to figure out why a police cruiser hit another car Monday in Henry County.
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They're asking anyone who may have seen the crash on Route 57 or the events leading up to it -- to call them.
Trooper A-J Hairston was responding to a call when he struck a car driven by Lisa Johnson of Martinsville almost head on.
Both were flown to hospitals for treatment.
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A Patrick County couple is charged with capital murder in the death of their neighbors.
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[TAKE FS E562] A grand jury issued indictments last week against Justin and Virginia Manning of Meadows of Dan.
The two are accused of killing Kenneth and Deanna Williams, who were found dead in their home in late January.
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The grand jury also indicted each of the Mannings on charges of robbery and using a firearm in a felony. The Mannings were arrested in March after authorities found them in Mexico.

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Fire caused heavy damage to a house and scorched the neigboring one in Roanoke yesterday.
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The fire started around 8:20 in the 600-block of Loudon Avenue. Firefighters say the house was fully involved when they got there, and that the fire had spread to the house next door.
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((IT WAS INVOLVED FROM THE FIRST FLOOR THROUGH THE TOP, BURNING LIKE A FURNACE ENCLOSED IN THE BRICK WALLS.THEY WERE SOLID BRICK WALLS ON THIS BUILDING.))
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Firefighters were able to control the blaze in about 25-minutes. The fire also knocked down some power lines, but no one was hurt. Officials say the house was vacant, but it had been gutted and prepped for remodeling. The fire is still under investigation.
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A Lynchburg woman's dreams of home ownership are coming true thanks to a special group of volunteers.
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More than 200 adults from the Central Virginia Training Center have signed up to help build a house for the Lynchburg chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
All of them have some degree of mental or physical disability, but officials say the focus will be on what they CAN do.
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((DEBORAH SILVERMAN/LYNCHBURG HABITAT CHAPTER: HABITAT WORKS EVERY DAY WITH FOLKS WHO ARE UNSKILLED. AND WE ALWAYS WORK WITH THE CHALLENGE OF MAKING IT POSSIBLE FOR UNSKILLED FOLKS TO BUILD A HOME. SO THIS ISN'T NEW TO US. WHAT'S NEW IS FOR THE COMMUNITY TO RECOGNIZE THAT THERE ARE NO BARRIERS TO BUILDING A HOUSE.))
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Serena Jones will be the new homeowner once the house is finished sometime in September.
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Buying your first home can be stressful, especially if you don't know the fine print of banking, credit and real estate.
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That's why the Lynchburg Community Action Group organized its first-ever Home Ownership Fair yesterday at the City Armory.
Even with interest rates at record lows, many buyers might have trouble putting together the financing for a new home.
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((MELISSA YUILLE/HOMEOWNER FAIR ORGANIZER: THEY MAY BE ELIGIBLE BUT THERE ARE SO MANY PROGRAMS TO HELP THEM TO REACH THAT GOAL. THERE ARE MANY HOMEOWNER CLUBS THAT ARE AROUND THAT ARE ABLE TO HELP THEM. THE CLUBS ARE USUALLY TWELVE TO EIGHTEEN MONTHS, AND IT WILL HELP THEM TO REBUILD THEIR CREDIT AND TEACH THEM ABOUT BUDGETING AND WORKING WITH YOUR LOAN OFFICERS AND REAL ESTATE PEOPLE.))
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About 75 exhibitors including realtors, banks and credit counseling agencies were on hand at the fair.
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Coming up - We'll take a look back on the past week's medical news
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and
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we're cooking up something good in honor the Lebanese Festival in this week's Weekend Diner.
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[Health-Review]


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In Health Review,
A local autism center offers in-home therapy.
A Roanoke native starts his own national diabetes organization.
And whether you swim in a pool, lake or the beach you should be aware of potential health risks.
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(( Children and the elderly are most at risk for recreational water illness. Health officials say there are a number of bacteria that can live in any natural body of water or even a chlorinated pool --that can make you sick.
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((THERE ARE MANY TYPES OF GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES THAT REALLY RUN THE GAMUT. THERE ARE CONDITIONS THAT CAN CAUSE EAR INFECTIONS. THEY ARE CONDITIONS THAT CAN SKIN RASHES, SKIN IRRITATIONS))
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There are ways to reduce your risk. Avoid swimming in surface water after a heavy rain -- because the rain can carry contaminants. Children should not wear diapers in the water or be allowed in the water if they have diarrhea. Don't feed waterfowl such as ducks near the water --because they can contaminate the water.
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((ANOTHER RECOMMENDATION THAT WE HAVE IF YOU HAVE BREAK IN SKIN OR OPENING DO NOT SWIM IN SURFACE WATER BECAUSE THAT CAN PROVIDE AN AVENUE FOR INFECTION. THEY OTHER ONE IS THROUGH SWALLOWING AND IT CAN LEAD TO GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE ))


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In other news,
The Blue Ridge Autism Center has started an in-home program to help children like Noah Thomas. His parents say this intense behavior therapy has changed his life.
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((WHEN HE WAS DIAGNOSED WE WERE GIVEN LITERATURE OF CHILDREN THAT JUST DESCRIBE THAT YOU'RE CHILD WILL NEVER TALK, HE WILL NEVER FUNCTION NORMALLY. THIS PROGRAM HAS JUST GIVEN US HOPE FOR HIS FUTURE AND I FEEL LIKE IT'S GIVEN US OUR SON BACK))
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One of Noah's therapist, Chrissy Layne, says the key is reaching the children at an early age.
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((BASICALLY IF WE CAN CATCH THESE CHILDREN WHEN THEY'RE FIRST DIAGNOSED AND DO AN INTENSIVE TREATMENT THAN WE CAN GENERALLY HAVE SOME REALLY GOOD SUCCESS IN TERMS OF TRANSITION THEM TO SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN WITH MINIMAL SUPPORT ))
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In other news, Roanoke native Charles Ray, the third, knows how costly it can be to manage diabetes. That's why he's started a national organization to help diabetics get free medical supplies.
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((YOU NEED THESE TOOLS FOR A FACT OF LIFE AND TO PROLONG YOUR LIFE TO ELIMINATE LONG TERM COMPLICATION. I FELT IF I WAS HAVING AN ISSUE TO DEAL WITH THESE THINGS I KNOW OTHER PEOPLE WERE))
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While Ray has received national attention over the years, he says nothing could compare to the recent support of Luther Vandross' mother -- who did a public service announcement for the organization.
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((PSA: THREE GENERATION OF MY FAMILY HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY DIABETES INCLUDING MY SON LUTHER VANDROSS.)) [RUNS 10]
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((WE'RE NOT NECESSARILY A HOUSEHOLD NAME BUT PEOPLE ARE RECOGNIZING OUR NAME ACROSS THE COUNTRY ESPECIALLY WITH OUR NEW PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT))
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That's health review.))
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For more information on the Charles Ray, the third Diabetes Association you can find a link our web site.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... A Patrick County couple is charged with murdering its next door neighbors.
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And a fire damages two homes in a Roanoke neighborhood. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Democratic Governor Doug Wilder is making friends with a number of state Republicans. He's hoping the G-O-P will aid his push for at-large mayoral elections in Richmond. Next week, he'll speak to Republican leaders at their statewide retreat.
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So, can a Wilder endorsement of Jerry Kilgore for governor be far behind?
Kilgore's likely opponent.. Democrat Tim Kaine.. isn't worried.
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((LT. GOV. TIM KAINE: HE AND JERRY WORKED TOGETHER TO TRY AND DERAIL THE BUDGET PROCESS WE JUST HAD AND SUGGEST WE SHOULD HAVE A REFERENDUM INSTEAD OF DOING A BUDGET LIKE THE LEGISLATURE HAS DONE EVERY YEAR SINCE THE 1600'S AND I VERY STRONGLY DISAGREED WITH HIM ON THAT. AND SO YOU KNOW HE MAY BE LEANING THAT WAY, BUT THAT DOESN'T CAUSE ME ANY CONCERN.))


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Kaine says Wilder's support of Kilgore would NOT hurt his own chances in the election.
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Tornados ripped through parts of Kansas yesterday.
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Storm watchers caught this twister as it destroyed a house and uprooted trees. No one was at home at the time. And officials say no one was injured in this tornado.
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Other parts of the state also got golf ball sized hail and heavy rain accompanied by funnel clouds. About six tornados hit Southern Kansas yesterday. So far officials, are reporting no injuries there.
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[take webaddress fs] For more information, you can find a link to the Pulaski County Humane Society's website on wdbj7.com. Just click on Websites in the news.
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Full House alums, Billionaire entertainers and producers Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are finally legal.
The girls have grown up before America since they were toddlers, and now they're celebrating their 18th birthday.


Manuel Gallegus has more.
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A weekend of festivitivs are planned for the birthday of Former President George Bush.
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Bush plans to celebrate his 80th birthday today by skydiving. This will be his fifth jump. The first one saved his life whe he was shot down in the Pacific in World War II.
His son, Presidnet Bush paid tribute to his father yesterday.
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((HE HAS TOUCHED... PART OF OUR LIVES))
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Thousands are expected to attend the birthday celebration.
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